Trojan.JS.Agent.ELA displays the message in the infected web browser that reads: "Please wait page is loading..." to pass the PC user off the actual installation of the malware threat on the computer. Sometimes Trojan.JS.Agent.ELA can display a "404 not found" blank page or other messages that would redirect the Internet user toward legitimate clean websites. Next, Trojan.JS.Agent.ELA will load a web page selected depending on the search results of the search performed by the script on the computer user's PC. This will be either a malicious application if it found a vulnerable Java version, a malicious video, if a flash player version is vulnerable, or a malicious PDF file if the Adobe Reader version has been downloaded from the suspcious source. Trojan.JS.Agent.ELA cleans the memory it needed to install additional malware infections and also avoids detection by security software. These exploits will allow Trojan.JS.Agent.ELA to connect the corrupted web browser to fraudulent websites where it downloads further malware threats such as Zeus Trojan.
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